Proposal: include Brasero by default
kingofallhearts999 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 14:42:40 UTC 2008
Well that's the entire concept: It's simple. For people who need advanced
backups, and other burning tools, they can simply install k3b or a plethora
of other burning programs we have in the repositories alone. This is a
designed as something for a new user who just wants to throw some files on a
disk, burn a DVD for their player, and so on. It doesn't need to be anything
advanced. k3b is great, but these advanced features aren't so optional,
they're all right there in your face soon after install, this can scare many
On Jan 7, 2008 9:34 AM, Kacper Wysocki <kacperw at online.no> wrote:
> On Jan 7, 2008 2:41 AM, Bryan Haskins <kingofallhearts999 at gmail.com>
> > On Jan 6, 2008 8:04 PM, Mackenzie Morgan <macoafi at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Sounds like I need to try this program (when my optical drive stops
> > playing dead). How does it compare to GnomeBaker?
> > Very similar, but a VERY clean interface. And very straitforward. I mean
> > when it comes down to it, they all do the same thing, so it's all about
> > preference. But brasero sticks with the keep-it-simple philosophy we
> like to
> > show on the live CD, and entry environment.
> I noted this program with interest as I had not found anything that
> beat k3b for quite some time.
> It's rather limited as it follows symlinks (not optional), doesn't
> include hidden files by default and has limited file filtering
> functionality, three strikes make it unusable for archiving and backup
> Props for being simple, though.
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